The Point/Arc is celebrating its Covington roots with a Love the Cov raffle.
Up to one hundred people experiencing homelessness received a COVID-19 vaccine on Monday through the efforts of Welcome House of Northern Kentucky and Walgreens.
A building that was once home to the Kenton County jail and county government offices is closer to redevelopment - but only if the Covington city commission agrees to incentive requests as will be
The exhibit dedicated to the works and story of Covington-born artist Frank Duveneck has been extended by six weeks at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Despite funding challenges amidst a pandemic, several Northern Kentucky organizations came together to provide emergency shelter for the homeless this winter.
The following op-ed is from the entire Covington city commission, as signed below.
The initial schedule for the second phase traffic pattern at the Brent Spence Bridge was announced Wednesday.
The realignment of Hands Pike in Covington is set to begin next week.
A Covington native is among the University of Kentucky students working to develop a helmet-testing method and to collect data that will hopefully serve as the start of a crushing-safety standard f
Northern Kentucky PrideFest is returning with an in-person celebration this June.
The LGBT pride parade and festival were canceled last year and a series of virtual events replaced it.
Governor William Goebel, who was sworn into office on his death bed after being shot in Frankfort, is the focus of the next NKY History Hour at the Behringer-Crawford Museum.
The City of Covington is looking to hire a consultant to assist in the crafting of a master plan related to public trees.
Covington has joined Newport in erecting flood gates as the Ohio River rises.
A junk removal company is set to open its first Northern Kentucky location in Covington.
A Junk King franchise will occupy the space at 609 Union Street in Latonia.